Sena compromised on Hindutva program for power, states Shah


PUNE: Union house minister Amit Shah on Sunday handled the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government of Shiv Sena-Congress-NCP combine by accusing it of promoting the culture of corruption and touts because presuming workplace in Maharashtra. In the very same breath, he claimed that Sena dropped BJP and compromised on the Hindutva program for the lure of power.
Addressing a BJP workers’ conference ahead of the civic polls in Pune, Mumbai and somewhere else in Maharashtra set up in February 2022, Shah stated: “Congress, NCP and Shiv Sena have actually given a brand-new meaning to the term DBT (direct advantage transfer). While Congress has actually taken the ‘D’ for dealer, Sena has actually taken ‘B’ for broker and NCP ‘T’ for transfer-cut cash.”
He explained the MVA government as “an autorickshaw with three punctured tyres – all going in various instructions and hardly working. It simply produces gas and increases pollution”.
The Union house minister went on to dare MVA functionaries to step down and together fight an election versus BJP in Maharashtra. “I remained in a power-sharing alliance talk with the Shiv Sena for the 2019 state assembly elections. But BJP was betrayed by Sena, which was considering the CM’s post,” Shah claimed.

Published at Mon, 20 Dec 2021 00:51:00 -0600